If you click on the left bottom of this page you can listen to the book "The Gods of Mars" (1918) by Edgar Rice Burroughs, when you click playlist you can click through the 22 chapters.
I’m starting this initiative to give some attention to Librivox where "all of us" can volunteer to read books that are in the public domain.
The book is the follow-up to A Princess of Mars and tells about the fantastic adventures of John Carter on Barsoom. (I loved the comics when I was a kid).
The audio book is available for free on Project Gutenberg’s audio book collection.
Since the ratio free books versus free audio books is still small consider joining Librivox where you can volunteer to record chapters of books in the public domain. (On Librivox you can find more books in this John Carter series) and you can download The God of Mars there also.
This book was read by JD Weber and the total running time is 7:41:49
Take a look at some recently finished audio books also!
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Hoffmann – Struwwelpeter
brilliant illustrated book (1845), I might print it out for Maarten
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The Fanfiction Glossary
Now I need to remember all of this Terms!
Pretty extensive site on Medieval Superstition, on beasts and other things. A good resource for skeptics to find out the history of some cultural threads. E.g. on “pearls” : The … Continue reading →